top of page

Learn How Speech Therapy Can Make a Huge Difference for Children With Apraxia

Apraxia is a motor speech disorder that makes speaking difficult. The brain must communicate with the mouth in order for speech to occur. These messages instruct the muscles on how to move and when to make sounds. In a child with apraxia of speech, the messages are not communicated correctly. Learning to say sounds and words more clearly can take a great deal of practice. Despite having strong muscles, the child may not be able to move their lips or tongue properly. There may be times when the child can't say much at all. It can take a lot of work, but the child’s speech can improve, and speech-language therapists, or SLPs, can help! LEARN MORE!


bottom of page